VBA word - Delete all lines in paragraph in table

Hi guys,

i'm trying to figure out a way to delete entire all lines inserted into a cell in a table, and i feel like it have tried almost everything.

kindly help.

What i do is, i use this line to go to the BM:
Selection.GoTo What:=wdGoToBookmark, Name:="HBomktekst"

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then i tried to use this line:

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the thing is that the lines are flexible so at times its 4 lines at times its 8 and at times its 1...

it does delete but only the first line....

is there a way?
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The following code will select and then delete the second cell in the first row, amend to match your needs.
ActiveDocument.Tables(1).Cell(1, 2).Select

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HakumAuthor Commented:
Thanks alot! sadly for some reason it did not work for me, even that it should! although i figured out a workaround, by selecting a range between 2 bookmarks and deleting that instead.

Set rngStart = ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("Start").Range
Set rngEnd = ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("slut").Range

ActiveDocument.Range(rngStart.Start, rngEnd.End).Select


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If you only want to delete a particular paragraph, you can do it like this (for the first paragraph in the call):
ActiveDocument.Tables(1).Cell(1, 1).Range.Paragraphs(1).Range.Delete

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